It’s one thing to equip teams and organizations with stress management and coping skills through training, workshops, and other resources. It’s another to provide and create a kind and inclusive environment where stress reduction is part of an organization’s strategy and not an afterthought. At Integrated Work, we reduce workplace stress through kind, open, and adaptive networks.
If we expect athletes to take rest and recovery seriously in order to perform at consistently high levels, why shouldn’t we expect the same for ourselves? Here are some simple tips to help you incorporate rest and recovery into your daily life so you can let rest and recovery be part of your success!
Religion can feel like a forbidden topic in the workplace, but it’s an important aspect of who we are and how we relate to each other. There are many ways that we can incorporate conversations about religion into our workplaces to help us connect more authentically, build belonging, and set a strong foundation for working together. As we get into the practice of expanding our awareness of religious and cultural practices, we can change our attitudes and take action to create workplaces that are inclusive of people of all religious backgrounds.
Many of us wish to make a positive impact in the world and find it difficult to contribute on a national level. Civic engagement offers us the opportunity to be actors, rather than bystanders in our futures. This article outlines some of the ways members of the Integrated Work team engage in our local communities.
The beauty of building an appreciation for evolution into organizational DNA is a celebrated part of our work together at Integrated Work. We see dismantling approaches, structures, and teams in favor of others that better fit our intentions as a sign of progress in the direction of our dreams. In this article, we invite you to explore the dimensions of successful organizational change.